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'Phoenix' Dropship
Space Division's Phoenix dropship is a light dropship used for in-combat deployments. It has light weapons, and can go very fast.
About this creation
The pilot has excellent sight due to the front windshield and top windshields.

It has two powerful jst engines for high speeds and manuveur-ability. The guns are above the engines on the side.

In the back, there is a small rocket engine, which is used to soar past enemy lines or go at max speed. The door that opens to deploy the soldiers has a small window, so they are not deployed blindly.

Inside, the soldiers all have comfortable seats, with racks to put their helmets on. Their commander has a seat at the back, so he can give them orders while while actually looking at them.

It's a nice fit in there, with his helmet and gun.

They sit behind the vent thing.

The pilot has some complicated controls and a fancy seat. Add the suberb visibility, and he's one lucky pilot.

Behind the commander and his soldiers there is room for some more. The demolitions soldier holds on to the handles, and the assassin stands in the little hallway thing.

On the top is a well-disguised hatch. It opens up to reveal...

A soldier with a rocket launcher! He holds on to the handles, and the hatch breaks most of the wind for him.

At the back, the top door rises and the ramp lowers. It provides some protection, and it isn't too steep to go down.

Here is the empty interior of the ship. Why is their a random handlebar sticking out of the floor? You'll see.

This, as you may or may not be able to tell, is my motorcycle. It fits into the dropship so it is halfway in and halfway out.

These hooks hold it into place from underneath.

The driver, usually an assassin looking for a sniping perch, simply sits down in the seat.

The hooks then release.

The motorcycle drops down into the fray, and can either run over enemies or look for a sniping perch. Of course, there is the problem of a big gaping hole in the floor...

...so this plate that was securly planted under the cockpit is loose without the motorcycle to hold it in place.

The plate slides over.

It fits into the brace at the other end, but since it's at an angle, it is jammed in.

The gear that held in the motorcycle folds up into the plate.

It is completely sealed.

Here's another shot of the light rocket engines.

This is the entire bottom of the dropship. On each wing is a VTOL engine.

Here are the dropship's passengers. It could probably fit one more guy.

Finally, here are my black vehicles, all lined up.



Comments

 I like it 
  April 26, 2009
wicked dropship dude!!!10000/10000.check out my stuff.connor
 I like it 
  January 25, 2009
You have a real personnal style. Love how you used the transparent dishes on the top. It looks dangerous - great job !
 I like it 
  November 29, 2008
See. You took my advice, built some more black stuff, and it is awesome. It would be good if the front wings were on a technic frame so they were rotatable, though.
 I like it 
  November 4, 2008
This wouldn't be good to fly in broad daylight. You explained it all wonderfully. The motorcycle idea is awesome too. You just need bigger engines
 
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